Aimee Williams has loved reading and writing for as long as she can remember. She particularly likes books and movies that hail from the genres of science fiction, fantasy, and horror. Aimee believes that the strange, frightening, and fantastic make life interesting and that horror is a much misunderstood genre. She especially draws enjoyment and inspiration from the classics of these genres. In addition to reading writing, she loves sew, and engages in mental philosophical meandering in her spare time.
When did you first start writing?
I started writing at a very young age. Almost as soon as I learned how to read and write I wanted to write books. I loved the ideas of being about to create characters and worlds and share them with friends and family.
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
The greatest joy of writing is being able to take my ideas and use my imagination to put them on paper. The idea of being able to ask the question "What if..." and see where it takes you. Sometimes you wind up with the most unexpected stories and interesting characters.
Born a vampire and adopted as a baby by a loving family who is clueless about Gina’s shocking past. She is plagued by a mysterious illness that requires regular blood transfusions and eats live animals. She tries to live a normal life, until she discovers the horrifying truth, when an age old enemy appears. Gina must decide where her loyalties lie.